This is the course website for INFO 5901 & 5900.
Note “Individual Reflection Assignment” and no more 4-box or individual contribution updates.
Client Debrief Meeting, Deliverables, Final Report, and Peer Evaluations (Due 5/21, 11:30am ET)
Milestone 3 (Due 5/4, 11:59pm ET)
Milestone 2 (Due 4/9, 11:59pm ET)
Milestone 1 (Due 2/20, 11:59pm)
Team Contract (Due 2/6, 5:30pm)
We’ll go over Git on Thursday in class, so if you don’t know how to use Git, you can submit the contract after the lecture.
Meet your Client (Due 2/6 5:30pm)
Schedule a meeting with your client before next class. Ideally you should meet with your client before the next class.
During the meeting get to know your client, their expectations, and the project. You should also get a sense for the pieces that you’ll need to do some extra investigation or you’ll need to do some personal development on your own.
Take meeting minutes. You’ll later submit these to your Git repository. Add the meeting minutes to the table of contents.
Teamwork Reflection (Due 2/6, 4:40pm)
Read the Teamwork Reading.
Write a 1 page reflection on the “Teamwork” lecture and the above reading. Bring a paper copy to class and hand in the paper copy.
Data Security Reflection (Due 2/3, 4:40pm)
Read the Cornell Standard Project (CSP) Agreement. Every student is required to sign this document. (Do not sign. You will sign in class on 2/3 after your project is assigned.)
Write a 1 page reflection on the “Protecting Intellectual Property & Data Security” lecture. In your reflection discuss how you will honor your obligations in the CSP agreement. Keep in mind that most clients opt for Intellectual Property Option C in the CSP agreement. Bring a paper copy to class and hand in the paper copy.
Communication Reflection (Due 1/30, 4:40pm)
Write a 1 page reflection on the communication lecture given in class on Monday, 1/27. Specifically, reflect on the behaviors you will change or the behaviors you will focus on for effective client communication. Bring a paper copy to class and hand in the paper copy. No digital submission accepted.
Resume (Due 1/30, 4:40pm)
Bring a paper copy of your resume to class. Your resume will be used to help identify your potential role for your project team.
If you need assistance with your resume:\ Please schedule an appointment with Kate Reiter: www.calendly.com/kmr87
Project Preferences Survey (Due 1/30, 4:40pm)
You must submit this survey by the deadline to be assigned a project. LATE SUBMISSION = NO PROJECT!
You must pick three projects. LESS THAN 3 PROJECTS = INSTRUCTOR’S CHOICE (None of your choices).
PROJECTS ARE NOT FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVE. All students have equal opportunity to be selected for a project regardless of the time they submitted this survey.
Cornell GitHub Username Survey (Due 1/30, 4:40pm)
We will submit assignments in the course using Git. In order for me to create your Git repositories, I need some information from you.
Programmers & Industry Reading (Due 1/27, 4:40pm)
Due at the beginning of next class, 1/27/2020. Read the “Programmers & Industry” reading. Write a one page reflection after reading it. Bring a paper copy to class and hand in the paper copy. No digital submission accepted. DO NOT EMAIL YOUR SUBMISSION!